Life Of The Party - Wedding Compass

Author: Marisilda Garcia

What used to be common place at malls, roller skating rinks and popular teenage hang outs, is now the life of the wedding reception: the photo booth. With a Photo Booth, you’re sure to capture the candid moments from your friends and family that will last a lifetime.

Most photo booths print out two strips of film, one for the guest and one for the memory book. A memory book allows the guests to write you a special message and best wishes. If you opt out of an actual booth.

Props! Part of the fun in having a photo booth are the props available for your guests. If you prefer a theme such as 70’s, provide disco themed props such as wigs, glasses and vests. Are you more interested in a beach theme? Have a beach ball, grass skirts and sunglasses available for your guests. Other popular themes include: clowning around, vintage wear, pirates and western. Provide a chalkboard or a dry eraser board so your friends and family can send you personal messages to read later as you look through your photos.

Location: Make sure you place your photo booth in an area away from your main events to prevent a backup of people while you’re getting ready to cut the cake or steal a kiss with your new hubby at your table. Encourage your guests to visit the booth to take pictures so you can capture the spirit of the evening.

When you look back on your wedding day, you will remember your dress, the way he looked at you as you walked down the aisle, your first dance as husband and wife and hopefully after looking through your photo booth pictures, you’ll remember that Aunt Martha told you to, “Play nice and always kiss each other goodnight” while wearing an eye patch, her favorite costume in the Photo booth.




Images by Edzel Fuertez of Fun Foto Studioz

Get more info about: Photo Booths in Southern California

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